Former UK Energy Secretary slams renewable energy cuts

Ed Davey, former UK Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change has criticized government’s announcement to ...

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Canada: Provinces’ premiers launch Energy Strategy

Premiers of Canada’s provinces issued Canadian Energy Strategy document that aims to strengthen the economy, create ...

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France passes green growth energy bill

French lawmakers have passed the energy bill that is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, boost renewables ...

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Sabella engages Open Ocean’s current analysis services

Sabella, a French tidal energy developer, has chosen Open Ocean’s current analysis system Metocean Analytics for ...

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Pacific Island countries gather to explore renewable energy

Pacific Island countries and territories, and development partners are meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, to discuss the ...

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Wales: Wave and tidal consenting recommendations identified

An industry led sub-group of Marine Energy Pembrokeshire (MEP) has recently provided recommendations to assist ...

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International collaboration to advance Nova Scotia’s tidal

Nova Scotia is boosting its tidal industry with two new international research grants. The two projects, worth ...

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Cefas SmartBuoy clocks 30.000 days of deployment

SmartBuoy, an integrated marine data acquisition platform developed and operated by the Centre for Environment ...

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EC: Summer package to transform EU energy system

As part of the Energy Union strategy, the Commission presented proposals to deliver a new deal for energy ...

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Natural Power sides with Swansea tidal

Natural Power has been working alongside Tidal Lagoon Power on the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon project which was ...

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FORCE completes two underwater monitoring platforms

The Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has completed two underwater monitoring platforms, now in their ...

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GoBe recruiting in Scotland

Gobe Consultants is looking for additional environmental consultant to join the firm’s Glasgow office. Having ...

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Plaid Cymru promises 100 percent electricity from renewables

A Plaid Cymru government will deliver 100 percent of Wales’ electricity from renewables, the party’s Shadow Energy ...

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VIDEO: Galway Bay cable laying featuring expert comments

SmartBay Ireland has released a video of the subsea power and data cable installation at the Galway Bay Ocean ...

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Investment in clean energy continue to lag in Q2 2015

The second quarter of 2015 has seen a continued lag in the clean energy investment with 28 percent decline compared ...

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Carnegie Wave welcomes CoR report

Carnegie Wave, an Australian wave energy developer, has hailed the adoption of a draft report by the European ...

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CoR report: Ocean energy heads toward EU’s needs

The Commission for the Environment, Climate Change and Energy of the Committee of the Regions (CoR) adopted today, ...

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Gallery: Sabella’s tidal turbine deployment underway

Sabella is currently performing the deployment operation of its 1 MW D10 tidal turbine in Fromveur Passage, off ...

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DECC: Share of renewables in 2015 Q1 increases

UK Department of Energy & Climate Change has released energy statistics report for the 3 month period from ...

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Dutch court orders government to cut GHG emissions

The Hague District Court has ruled that the Netherlands must take more action to reduce the greenhouse gas ...

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IRENA launches renewable energy data app

Smartphone users can access data on global renewable energy potential using an application launched by the ...

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FORCE to intensify environmental monitoring efforts

Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has released its second Environmental Effects Monitoring Report in ...

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IRENA issues guide on renewable energy auctions

IRENA has published a guide on renewable energy auctions designed to decrease costs, attract investment and drive ...

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Stonehenge to develop wave energy farm off Western Australia

Stonehenge Metals has announced plans to install an array of Protean wave energy devices off the coast of Western ...

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Company of the Year Award goes to SgurrEnergy

SgurrEnergy, a UK-based renewable energy consultancy, has been named as the Company of the Year at the British ...

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EC: EU members progressing well to 2020 renewables target

The European Commission has released the progress report on 2020 renewable energy targets showing that the EU is on ...

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Atmocean to retry wave energy system deployment next week

Atmocean, a US wave energy developer, plans to retry the deployment of its wave energy system off Peru later next ...

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